Mara Schindler was born in 1982 and studied German in Rostock. She has since dedicated herself to living her life to the full and finding ways of describing it using words and hands, an adventure that has brought her to some very remote places.
FREDDI, VALLE MÜS AND THE STRANGE THING CALLED LOVE
Ever since mummy moved to Berlin and daddy started spending all day sitting in his tool shed crying, things in Hoppelstein aren’t half as much fun. Still, Freddi has Valle Mus to keep her company, even though he isn’t always a faithful companion these days. Recently he has started spending a lot of time with Titus the Sardine, a Newfoundland. How can you lose your love for someone? And what does that mean for her, Freddi, the child of the love between mummy and daddy? If daddy doesn’t want to talk about it, she’ll have to get to the bottom of it all some other way. And that’s not easy, as it turns out. Because everyone she asks in Hoppelstein seems to have a different view …
• An important topic told in a cheerful and light-footed way.